Translation of box office in Spanish:

box office

taquilla, n.

noun

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    taquilla feminine
    boletería feminine Latin America
    box-office success éxito de taquilla
    • box-office takings taquilla
    • Tsui's film was not a box-office success, which suggests his audience was not convinced.
    • The box-office success of the film has allayed fears over its performance and has revived hopes for sequels.
    • It has worked, and for the second time our film is a box-office hit.
    • If the film is a box-office hit, it'll probably allow him to interest the studios in more personal projects.
    • The film became a massive box-office hit and my song was on the soundtrack album, which sold zillions of copies.
    • The critics hailed him as a major movie tough guy as the film became an instant box-office hit.
    • The industry has realised that a film would not become a box-office success only on account of the quality factor.
    • Interestingly, the popularity of the songs is matched by the box-office performance of the films as well.
    • It settles in the viewers' appraisal of the film as a necessary box-office insurance instrument.
    • The film's delight in gangland slang and its sharp eye for fashion and London locations made it an unexpected box-office success.
    • Follow these steps, and we are certain that your film will be a box-office smash in Korea.
    • Let's hope they do get to make another film since its box-office results were disastrous.
    • The films, too, have proved a hit with an older audience, breaking box-office records for a foreign film.
    • The estimated box-office takings for most of this year's British films show how grim the situation is.
    • The actors with personal box-office power won huge salaries from Hollywood as far back as thirty years ago.
    • The film version swept to the top of the box-office charts last month.
    • The cost of the films in the package will be pegged to their box-office performance.
    • We're going to talk to a box-office expert and figure out what's going on and what can be done about it.
    • Without being particularly sexy or smart or funny, she has a box-office profile that is mysteriously hot enough to fry an egg on.
    • The father-son legacy had often failed to work wonders at the box-office going by the past records.